Where do I find my Doosan forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Doosan forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides. Intella LiftParts also carries a range of Doosan forklift parts.

The quickest way to find your Doosan forklift’s serial number is to check the lift’s nameplate (also called a data tag or data plate). This useful identifier is the first place you should look for important information about your forklift–its weight, its lifting capacity, its model, and (most importantly) its serial number. When ordering parts for your forklift, the correct serial number is crucial.

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However, the nameplate is not the only place to find this piece of information. In many cases, a Doosan forklift’s serial number can be found physically stamped somewhere on its frame as well. Below is a collection of images that show you where you can find your forklift’s serial number, either by way of its nameplate or its frame stamp. Just find your forklift’s model in the image titles.

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Models and serial numbers

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Forklift Parts: The People’s Favorites

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Forklift Parts – Who Knew Some Parts Could Be So Popular?

Maybe not the high school quarterback, but almost just as popular, these forklift parts are some of the most sought out products here at Intella. This week’s blog from your favorite parts dealer will be discussing the most searched upon terms. What’s everyone really looking for when clicking on that trusty Google Search bar? Well keep reading to find out!

 

Intella Forklift Blue Light

When working with heavy and possibly dangerous products, I’ve always been told safety first. This principle seems to hold true as the Intella Blue Spot Light is one of the most searched about forklift parts we sell here at the Intella headquarters. Since 2012, we’ve actually sold more blue lights than anyone else in the USA. Not bad I’d say, but it’s not our marketing department doing the work. These Blue Spot Lights really speak for themselves. They are UL listed and created for the toughest of environments, built with a metal casing and stainless steel hardware. Not to mention you can use this light on almost any forklift, whether electric, LPG or diesel powered. This LED light is also extremely long life, with a span greater than 20,000 hours.

*Maybe you just drank 3 pots of coffee and 2 Red Bulls one Friday afternoon and decide you want to jump the loading dock with your forklift. Well here’s some good news since this stunt will probably end with bad news; the Blue Spot has a 12 month warranty so we’ll replace it for you (just not the rest of the forklift).

 

BLUE SPOT SPECS:  Click Here

 

Tie Rod (includes bearing and nut)

Your forklift’s engine can be in great working condition for years on end. This is great! Unfortunately, the rest of the forklift does not have the same capability. Every time you use your steering wheel (nearly every time you use your forklift), it puts stress on the tie rod ends. So as you can see, they must be replaced over time due to wear and tear. This tie rod end is a direct replacement for Hyster part number 185870. This part also includes the bearing and nut needed for proper assembly.

 

Intella Single Phase 36V/140A Lift Truck Battery Charger

If you don’t have a working battery, it’s a safe assumption that you aren’t going to be moving very far and if you can’t move, neither will your product. With a quality battery charger this problem can be diminished. Coming up 3rd for the most sought out forklift parts would be this 36 volt 140 amp single phase charger.

 

Tech:
• Charging profile suitable for single and double shift operations
• Automatic equalizing/preservation
• Charging profile control by microprocessor
• Automatic start, charging process and shut off
• Advanced visualization by 5 LED’s /Date storage memory
• External optional keypad for programming and diagnostic.
• Delayed start to avoid sparks

 

A little fuzzy on how to pick the right forklift charger? Don’t worry we’re here to help. Click here for a free guide.

 

12-24V LED Worklamp

It’s time to brighten up your day with this high performance LED work light. It’s no wonder these are such a popular product here at Intella. With 5 LED’s putting out 1050 lumens, you can really boost your workplace productivity. This light is easy to install and remove from your lift truck. A clear acrylic lens protect the LED’s along with a black painted aluminum shell. This light can be operated within a range of 12 volts to 24 volts.

Amp draw: 0.9 amp at 12 volts
0.47 amp at 24 volts

 

LED WORKLAMP SPECS: Click Here

 

Impco Model J Regulator

The Impco Model J Regulator. From it’s consistency year to year to it’s reliable performance in all situations, much can be said about this product. This has given Impco an industry standard image for it’s various models. The Impco Model J features a silicone diaphragm and a blue spring. It also has three vapor outlet pressures.

 

This regulator replaces:

  • Hyster 0213549
  • Nissan 16310-90H71
  • Nissan 16310-90H72
  • Toyota 23530-U2000-71
  • Toyota 23530-U2001-71
  • Yale 517079800

 

Another commonly searched upon product is the rebuild kit for the Model J. For details on that product, click here.  Also, for those wondering how to do repairs on a Model J, you can watch the video below.

BlueZone Safety Signal

If you need parts, Intella can help.  We have thousands of parts available at great prices and would be happy to help you find what you’re looking for.  Click here for more information!

Also you can check out Intella’s YouTube channel for how-to videos and product demos.


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Picking the Right Color Gallon of Paint for Your Forklift

Have a forklift that needs a little bigger paint job but aren’t sure what color to order? No problem. Intella Liftparts has you covered. Check out the images below for some of the most popular brands and colors of forklift paint by the gallon.

 

Click on the images under your brand of forklift to bring you right to our store website so you can get your paint coming today! Have questions or need some more information? Feel free to call (616-796-1288) or email


TOYOTA

Toyota has the largest forklift plant in the world. That means there are an awful lot of Toyota forklifts in warehouses and on docks around the world. And forklifts take a beating – we all know this. Let Intella Liftparts help you find the right paint for your Toyota forklift today. We have color swatches as well as part numbers and years where needed so you can make sure your Toyota orange is the right one.

 

HYSTER

We all know Hyster uses that bright red on their forks and yellow truck bases. Make sure you have the right shade of yellow on your truck. Hyster has THREE yellow paints currently on the warehouse floor.KOMATSU

Blues and yellows are the colors of most Komatsu forklift trucks. We offer the old  and the new colors and have them ready to ship to you today.YALE

Yale forklifts use a variety of yellow and parchment colored paints. They all have different names so they’re easier to distinguish than some other brands.


CATERPILLAR CLARK

The Clark Equipment Company is ultimately responsible for the forklift truck that we know today. Their green and yellow forklifts were the staple of US lift trucks during WWII – and have been keeping us going strong ever sense.

 

CROWN

It is  little tricky to figure out the correct color of forklift paint for your Crown forklift. They like to use the same hues and not necessarily change them by date. We offer the full line up of all Crown’s beige and gray forklift paint.


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Forklift filters

Want to learn about forklift filters?  Every forklift has filters that need to be routinely changed!  But not all forklifts have the same filters…and not all filters have to be changed in the same interval.

 

Forklift Engine Oil Filters

Typical forklift oil filter

Most forklift manufacturers will state in their service manuals that engine oil filters need to be changed every 500 hours.  A simple way of keeping track of when you last changed your forklift filter is to write the hour meter reading when you changed the filter and the date on the filter itself.  If your forklift is run less than 500 hours, the filter should be changed at least once per year.

At left: Typical forklift oil filter

 

Forklift Air Filters

Typical forklift air filter. This one is made by Donaldson

A general rule of thumb is to check the air filter in your forklift each time you change the oil.  So if you are changing the engine oil filter every 500 hours, you should be checking the air filter at the same time.  There are a bunch of tips on checking air filters here.

At left: Typical forklift air filter. This one is made by Donaldson

 

Transmission Forklift Filters

Forklift transmission filter

You will want to check your forklift’s transmission filter and fluid every 500 hours.  Filters and fluids should be replaced every 2000 hours.

At left: Forklift transmission filter

 

Hydraulic Filters – in line

Typical in line hydraulic filter

Forklift hydraulic filters should be changed every 2000 hours.  Again, they should be checked every 500 hours and it does depend largely on the type of application you are running.  Dirty and dusty applications require more frequent filter changes.

At left: Typical in line hydraulic filter

 

Hydraulic Filters – sump

Same story on these guys.  Check them every 500 hours, replace them every 2000 hours, depending on how dirty your environment is.

Sump filter

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ZF off-highway transmission parts

ZF transmissions can be found in a variety of brands of equipment including Hyster, Kalmar, JLG, SkyTrak, Gehl, Hyundai, and many others. Need ZF parts? You’ve come to the right place. ZF transmissions are made in Germany and since we’re part of a European company, we can get your ZF parts quick. We offer 2 and 3 day transit time on ZF parts direct from Europe at super competitive prices.

It can be confusing when you hear the ZF name for the first time. In the United States, we pronounce Z like “zee” so most Americans would say ZF like “Zee Eff”. In Canada and the UK, it’s pronounced “Zed eff”. We’ve even seen ZF spelled differently too! We’ve received emails where customers ask for “Zeteff” parts, Zed-f transmission parts, Zedeff transmissions, and even others.



Where do I find ZF serial number tag?

ZF serial number tags are on the side of the ZF transmission.  They’re typically fairly easy to find.  The older your equipment is, the more likely the tag may be damaged.  ZF refers to this tag as the “model identification plate”.  It contains all the information required to order spare parts for the ZF transmission.

Serial Number Tag


What do ZF parts manuals look like?

Typical ZF parts manual page


What ZF transmissions are used in forklifts and aerial lifts?

JLG/Skytrak have used the 4 WG 98 model from ZF

 

Hyster/Yale have used a variety of different ZF models.  Hyster/Yale formerly used Dana/Clark transmissions but switched to ZF in recent years.  Models include 3 WG 201 as well as WG 211, WG161, and others.

 

Hyundai Forklifts have used 3 WG 94 ZF models and others.

 

Need more help?  Need to order parts?  Intella Liftparts can help.  With the help of our parent company located in The Netherlands, we have fast shipping of off-highway ZF transmission parts direct from Europe.  Often we can offer quicker turnaround time than other suppliers in the United States!  Search for ZF off-highway parts here


ZF off Highway Transmission

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